One of my biggest edges in DFS is my ability to “think like a coach.” Obviously, my background (as a head varsity basketball coach at a top-level high school for most of my adult life) has a lot to do with how I naturally think about and see situations and it is hard to replicate that experience. However, there are certain traits “thinking like a coach” entails that anyone can teach themselves and/or be aware of when evaluating situations. Taking time to consider the context from a coaching perspective is hugely valuable to making +EV decisions (if you . . .